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More Details On Backstage Incident Between Undertaker & Goldberg After WWE Super ShowDown

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (June 12, 2005) – ECW One Night Stand 2005

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on June 12, 2005, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘ECW One Night Stand 2005’ LIVE on PPV from the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, New York.

This was basically a tribute reunion show for Paul Heyman’s defunct promotion Extreme Championship Wrestling.

The PPV theme song for this pay-per-view was “Let The Bodies Hit The Floor” by the band ‘Drowning Pool’.

Here are the PPV results:

– Lance Storm defeated Chris Jericho

– Three-Way Dance: Super Crazy defeated Little Guido and Tajiri

– Rey Mysterio defeated Psicosis

– Sabu defeated Rhyno

– Chris Benoit defeated Eddie Guerrero

– Mike Awesome defeated Masato Tanaka

– The Dudley Boyz defeated Tommy Dreamer & The Sandman

• More Details On Backstage Incident Between Undertaker & Goldberg After WWE Super ShowDown

As we noted after WWE Super ShowDown 2019 went off the air, The Undertaker and Goldberg got in a ‘shouting match’ backstage.

Brad Shepard has now released more information regarding this backstage incident and you can read it below:

“Details on the backstage incident between Goldberg and The Undertaker as I exclusively reported on Twitter — Goldberg and Undertaker got in a shouting match in Gorilla after their match at Super ShowDown. Well, the incident was described to me as as ‘huge shouting match with each Superstar accusing the other of being unsafe.’ WWE officials intervened and the incident was described as out of character for both men.

Interestingly enough — and I have not been able to confirm this with two sources for full disclosure, but one source did say that they believe The Undertaker flew home on Brock Lesnar’s private jet.”

        
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